“Happy Victory Day! Today is a great holiday for our country, which we experience with tears in our eyes! We have lost 40 million people in this terrible war, not counting civilians. ” she recalled Russia’s victories and losses in World War II Jana Rudkovská. Then, with tears in her eyes, she mentioned the vast Soviet Union, which then numbered many more countries than it does today.

“Our camp at that time included Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.” she dreamed of the endless breadth of the USSR.

Jana Rudkovská and her friend set out to celebrate Victory Day.

“So it’s not just a victory over a common enemy, but also a day to remember each hero, no matter what his nationality!” Rudkovská, who posed with her friend, posed at the Soviet flag, where there was no sickle or hammer.

“We bow to every hero, we are proud and we remember regardless of nationality! We are proud of our grandparents! No one is forgotten and nothing is forgotten. And never will be! ” the wife of a former figure skater, who had a great time celebrating Victory Day, exclaimed. However, she also dressed her son in camouflage.

Jana Rudkovská and her friend also involved their children in the celebrations. Brainwashing must begin at an early age …

Plushenko also celebrated an important day by sharing a video of his performance on his social networks and promising to repeat the figure skating number in Moscow in honor of the fallen soldiers, which touched the audience in St. Petersburg.

“It simply came to our notice then. You are fighting for our people in Donbas, for the security of our country. Victory Day is in our hearts. We are proud of generations of winners, ” the president thundered during his speech Vladimir Putin, which connected the heroes of World War II with the current situation. Of course, he explained this to the Russian nation in his own way and so that he emerged from the war as the only winner.